Photo Gallery 2019

Chorale. Candlelit Christmas Concert 

Saturday 7th December 2019, 7.30pm, St Botolph Church, Trunch

Southrepps Chorale with amazing soloists gave a fantastic performance of one act comic opera “Trial by Jury” (Gilbert and Sullivan). A programme was prepared by Stephen Richards and conducted by Ro Curtis also included after the interval seasonal songs and carols, all very much appreciated by a church full of delighted people. We rased ower £1000 in gross takings.

Programme is here


Guest Violinist Doug Abrams, Mezzo-soprano Maria Konoshenko, and Pianist Mary Howard


Saturday 31st August 2019, 7.30pm, St Botolph Church, Trunch

One of the best concerts of the serios was attended by about 80 people.

Programme is here

& Cutting the Mustard band

Music from the Rocking 60s

Saturday 17th August 2019, 7.30pm, St Nicholas Church, Swafield

The Right Revd. Jonathan Meyrick returned back at Swafield church with the collection of 1960’s hits, and the enthusiastic audience was singing along again and dancing in the aisle! Cutting the Musterd band provided an exelent  performance before Rocking Bishop’s appearance on the stage. The total income of this wonderful event exided £1000. All profit went to conservation and restoration projects at St Nicholas and St Botolph’s.

The concert was attended by about 90 people.

Programme is here

Norwich Baroque Quartet &
Maria Konoshenko (mezo-soprano)

Early Baroque Gems

Saturday 27th July 2019, 7.30pm, St Botolph Church, Trunch

A very successful baroque music event on Norfolk Day in St Botolph’s, Trunch, with Norwich Baroque Quartet and Mezzo-soprano Maria Konoschenko. The audience loved the magnificent harpsichord played by David Morgan.  Violinists Jim O’Toole and Liz Skinner and a cellist Phipil Trzebiatowski were great. Maria Konoshenko sang beautifully, not only baroque music, but also English and Russian songs, and for the most appreciative audience. The concert was attended by about 65 people.

Programme is here

The Hexachordia Trio

Green Sleeves & Yellow Lace – Music of Elizabethian England

Saturday 13nd July 2019, 7.30pm, St Nicholas Church, Swafield

The very interesting concert was attended by 39 people.  

There were a lot of appreciative comments from audience members afterwards and many were interested to learn more from the musiсians about the instruments of Elizabethan time, such as bagpipes, shawm, rauschpfife, gittern, crumhorn, virginals.

Programme is here

The Galliard Trio

Handel   Britten   Bizet  Shostakovich   

Saturday 22nd June 2019, 7.30pm, St Botolph Church, Trunch

Trio Galliard presented in Trunch very interesting programme of great variety.

The concert was attended by 40 people. 

Programme is here

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. 


Saturday 8th June 2019, 7.30pm, St Nicholas Church, Swafield

What people said about the performance:
“By far the best theatre experience I have ever had, completely encompassing and at one with the medieval church. We both felt overcome by it. Thank you!”
“Thanks to you for another enjoyable evening!  I had to keep dodging the daggers from my prime position in the pews! And the music really added to the experience. The actors were all well trained. (I think Romeo actually really loved Juliet in real life!)”

The performance was attended by 75 people. 

Programme is here

Roger Garland (violin)

Michael Finnissy (piano)

Prokofiev and Grieg

Saturday 25th May 2019, 7.30pm, St Botolph Church, Trunch
The concert  was attended by about 60 people. It was a deeply moving experience, especially the audience liked the masterpieces of Prikofiev. The income of the concert was £570 before expenses. Wonderful violin musician Roger Garland and very well-known English composer and pianist Michael Finnissy played in Trunch to an enthusiastic audience, with a big success.  

Programme is here

Jazz Band DixieMix

The hottest and the best

Saturday 27th April 2019, 7.30pm 

DixieMix packed the church, with over 130 people in attendance. The band with great success opened the 2019 season of Trunch Concerts in St Botolph’s, performing classical jazz favourites.